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Economic Perspectives, Vol. 23, 2nd, No. 2, May 1999
Measurement errors and quality-adjustment methodology: Lessons from the Japanese CPI
This article examines the problems inherent in quality changes/new goods bias in the Consumer Price Index, using the Japanese case as an example. The author proposes a practical way to improve the accuracy of quality adjustment by introducing the hedonic approach to the conventional procedure.
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